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XAVIERS SCHOOL, HAZARIBAGH 2016-2017


Syllabus of COMPUTER SCIENCE
-- Class VII

No

Months
& Date

Units/themes

Learning objectives

Number System
Chapter 1
Working in
Edubuntu
Chapter 2

Enrich the students


with the knowledge of
Decimal Number
system,Binary
Number system.its
conversions etc.

1
Apr 1st
to Apr
30th

2.

3.

4.

5.

1st May
to 14
May

20th
June to
30th
June

1st July
31st
July

1st Aug
to 31
Aug

Formulas and
Functions
Chapter 3

Using CALC as
database
Chapter 4

Advanced
Feature of calc
Chapter 5

TUPI 2D
Animation
Software.
Chapter 6
Working with
layers Chapter 7

1st sep
to 20th
sep

Basic 256.
Conditional
Control Sta.
Chapter 8

7.

21st
sept to
30th
sept

EXAM

To know about the


elements of formulas in
calc,types of cell
refrences,renaming
sheet tabs,colouring of
sheet tabs,Functions
and more.
To introduce students

CALC as a database.
Understanding -a FORM
and entering data in
it,Sorting,
Filtering,Validity etc.
The objective is to
leran how to convert a
worksheet into a graph
or a chart. To know
about its components
and its types,
Formatting a chart

To make the students


learn about open
source animation
software.It is useful in
making advertisement
,computer games and
cartoon films.
The students should
enrich themselves by
understanding control
statements and it's
usefulness.

First Semester
Theory Exam

Assessment Tools
In the Lab allow students
to highlight the usefulness
of all the features of
chapter no. 2 (edubuntu)

Assessment 1, integrated project


To write the project
with all the features of wordprocessor
(April 22-29)

Assessment 2 Class Test Portion


chap 1 & 2 (May 9-13)Questions
will be made from inside the
chapter for class test

Assessment 3 Individual
Activity To create a CALC
database. Label its imp.
Componants (record, Fields)To
define Sorting and Filtering and
show their sorted and unsorted
databases..(jun 27 july 1)

Assessments 4, Group Activity


Discuss in group about the given
topic and create a worksheet and
then convert it into a graph ( Jul 25Aug 1)
Exercise of the chapter. Lab work
ACTIVITY will be done. Check
on the monitor in CP. Questins
will be prepared from inside the
chapter for class test. Assessment

5, Class Test Portion chap


5,6,7(Aug 16-24)
In CP to ensure they are able to
do all the lab work as it is
important to understand. Check
the CP work. Assessment 6

Individual Activity Practical on


making Basic programs on
conditional statements. (sep1-sep 3)
First Semester CP Exams

First Semester theory Exams


Portion chap 1 to 6

SECOND SEMESTER
1
1st Oct
to 31st
Oct

Looping
statements
Chapter 9

The students should


know the basics of
LOOP statements , when
they are used and its
usefulness. While wend
statement, FOR-NEXT
Statements ,Exiting from
a loop, Rules for FORNEXTstatements,Nesting
of loops

2.

1st Nov
to 31st
Nov

Graphics in
Basic 256

Chapter 10

The students should


leran how Basic is used
to create colourful
graphics different
sounds. They will learn
about the co-ordinates
of the graphic output
area.

To see that students are able to


do problems based on Looping in
CP.

Assessment 1, Integrated Project


Group .(Oct 18-27)

Allow students to send and


receive email to the friends
sitting beside in the Lab.

Assessment 2 Individual Activity

Problems on Basic815)Assessment 3, Class Test Chap 8 &


9 (21-25 )
Questions will be prepared from inside
the chapter

3.
1st Dec
to 22nd
Dec

Internet
Services
Chapter 11

The students learn


about some of the
basic and important
services of internet
such as E-mail,
online
chatting,Video
conferencing etc.

4.

Discussion could be done in the


class on thee different services
on internet. Assessment 4, Group

Activity After discussion to present


a report about the usefulness of the
services..(Dec 6-10)

Discusson could be done on the


3rd
Jan to
31 Jan

The VIRUS
Chapter 12

different types of the viruses in


Help students to
the class and individual report
learn about computer could be generated by the
students after discussion for
viruses, their
types,symptoms how assessment no 6. And questions
could be prepared for assessment
to prevent a virus
no. 5.
infection,Antivirus
Assessment 5,Class Test
Chap 11(Jan 9-13)
software and its
Assessment 6, Individual
uses.

5.

1st
feb to
17th
feb

Revision & CP
Final Exams

Second Semester
theory Exam
Feb.18th -28th.

Activity chap 12(Jan 22430)


Worksheets :- Chap
7,8,9,10,11,12
Second Semester Exams
Portion from chap 7 to 12

G. Sc. SYLLABUS for Class: - 7th Session: - 2016 - 2017


1st SEMESTER
Cycles/
Date
March
30 to 14 Apr

No. of
Periods

2nd May to
13 to May

20th June
to 3rd July

1.Nutrition in Plants

2. Nutrition in Animals
9

10

Assessment

Nutrition, Modes of nutrition, Nutrition in plants,


photosynthesis, Other modes of nutrition in plants e.g.
Parasites, Saprophytes, Insectivorous plants, symbiotic
plants and how are plant nutrients replenished in the
soil.

General
Assessment :
Questions &
Answers from
Exercises & Chapter
end
Written & Oral
Questioning,
Quiz, Worksheet,
Home Assignment,
Class Assignment,
etc.
Assessment 1 :
(22 to 29)
Group activity
Integrated
project

Mode of intake of food, Digestion in human, Mouth and


teeth, Digestion in grass eating animals, Nutrition in
Amoeba.

3. Fibre to fabric

Fibre, Animal fibre, Two important animal fibres Wool


& Silk, Production of wool, Production of silk,
characteristics of wool & Silk.

4. What is Heat?

Heat, Hot & Cold, Temperature, How heat is produced,


Transfer of Heat, Modes of transfer of heatConduction, Convection, Radiation, Conductors &
Insulators, Measuring temperature: Thermometers
Clinical, Digital and Laboratory.

12

7th July to
22 July

5. Acid, Bases & Salts


12

July
25 to 5th
Aug

Learning Objectives

Introduction
09

Apr
19 to 29

CHAPTER

10

6. Physical
&
Chemical changes

Acid, Base, Salt, properties of acid, base and salt,


Indicators for testing acids & Bases, Types of acids,
bases & salts, Neutralization, Uses of acids, bases and
salts.

Physical changes, Chemical changes, Evidences of a


chemical reaction, Elements and compounds, Atoms &
molecules, Chemical formulae, Chemical reaction,
Crystallization.

Assessment 2 :
(9th to 13 MAY)
Class test
Chapter-1&2
(page no 1-23)

Assessment 3 :
(June 27 TO 1ST
JULY)
Individual work
Diagram
Assessment 4 :
(July 25-Aug 1)
Group activity :
Skit

Aug
8 to 19

10

7. Weather, Climate
&
adaptation in Animals

Aug 22 to 2
Sept

11

8 .Forest : Our Lifeline

Sept.
6th to 15

9.

Sept.
16 to 20

Weather, Climate, Types of climate, Factors affecting


Climate, Climatic zones, Season. Adaptation in tropical
Rainforests, Deserts, polar regions, Arctic region,
Antarctic region, Effect of seasonal variation in
Climate on animals, global warming.

Assessment 5 :
(Aug 16 to 24)
Class test
Chapter- 3,4,5
(pageno-24-57)

Forests, Components of a forest,


Ecosystem, Types of forests, importance of forests.
Soil, Soil profile, Weathering, Properties of soil, Types
of soil.

Soil
Revision

Assessment 6 :
(Sept 1-3)
Individual workWritten work.

Revision

NOTE :- 1st Semester Exam(Sept 22 to 30), Portion -Chapter done during March to August.
nd

G. Sc. SYLLABUS for Class: - 7th Session: - 2016 - 2017 2


CYCLES/Date
Oct.
3 to 19

Oct.
20 to 10
Nov

Nov.
15 to 25

28 nov to
Dec 9

No. of
Periods
10

11

CHAPTER

Electric current and


its
effect

Semester

Learning Objectives

Assessment

Electric Circuits & Circuit diagrams, Heating


effect of Electricity, Electric heating Appliances,
Electric fuse, MCB, Magnetic effect of electric
current, Electromagnet and their uses, Electric
Bell.

Assessment 1 : (Oct 18 to
27)
Integrated Project :
Group activity.

2. Light
Light, Luminous & Illuminated objects, Reflection of Light, Types of Reflection,
Image formation, Formation of Images in a Plane Mirrors, Uses of Plane mirror,
Spectrum.
Spherical Mirror, Images formed by Spherical Mirrors, Lenses, Kind of Lenses,
Images formed by Spherical Lenses.

4. Respiration in
Organism
5. Transport in plants &
Animals

Respiration, Breathing, Respiration in Humans,


Types of cellular respiration, Respiration in
insects, Respiration in other animals,
Respiration in plants.
Transport in plants, Transport in humans,
Circulatory system, Structure of heart,
Composition of blood, Lymphatic system of the
human body, Excretion in animals, Human
Excretory system.

Assessment 2 : (Nov 8 to
15)
Model making : Light or
Electricity( Individual
work)

Assessment3 : (Nov2125)
Class test- Chapter 1&2
Page no- 160-191.

Dec.
12 to 22

Jan
3 to 11

6. Reproduction in Plants
9

7. Time & Motion

Jan.
8
12 to 20

23rd Jan
to 31 jan

Feb
2 to 10

Feb.
13 to 16

8. Wind storms &


Cyclones

10. Water :A precious


resource

9. How is Waste Water

Cleaned?

Revision

Sexual reproduction in plants, Structure of a


Flower, Male and female part of flower,
Pollination, Fertilisation, Seed, Seed
germination, Seed dispersal, Asexual
reproduction in plant, Vegetative propagation.
Time, Measurement of Time in ancient Times,
Unit of Time, Simple pendulum, Pendulum
Clock, Quartz Clock & Watches, Motion, Speed,
Units of Speed, Speedometer & Odometer,
Graphs of motion.
Wind, air pressure, Formation of clouds,
Thunderstorm, Cyclone, Destruction caused by
a cyclone, Tornado.

Water for Life, Sources of Water, Water Cycle,


Forms of Water, Aquifer & Water Table, Factors
affecting ground water, Distribution of Water,
Water Shortage, Water management, Water
Pollution, Water Conservation.
Waste water, Sewage and its composition,
Sewage is harmful, Waste water Treatment
plan, Septic tank, Composting pits, Chemical
Toilets, Sanitation in public places, sanitation &
Disease.

Assessment 4 : (Dec 6 to
10)
Group activity-Report
writing.
Respiration in organism ,
transport in plants and
Animals.

Assessment 5 : (Jan 9 to
13)
Class Test : Chapter 4&5
Page no- 108-132

Assessment 6 : (Jan 24 to
30)
Individual work-written
work.

Revision

NOTE :- Annual Exam( Feb 18 to 28 ), Portion - Chapter done during Oct. to January.

NOTE:

Students are expected to bring well covered text book and note book (single ruled) regularly.
Home work and class work should be completed on time.
Submission of copies should be mandatory for correction.
Assessment should be submitted on time or else one mark will be subtracted per day for late submission.
After due date no marks for assessment.

ST. XAVIERS SCHOOL HAZARIBAG SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH CLASS VII 2016-17

FIRST SEMESTER APRIL 2016- SEPTEMBER 2016


UNIT/ THEME
LESSSO
LEARNING
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
N
OBJECTIVES
DATES
Enhance the
When Wishes
March:
Question answer exercise.
vocabulary,speak
come
30th
Writing a letter. Worksheet
True(LIT)
14th April
based on extrapolative thinking
confidently; write a
and speaking
informal letter;
identify words
related to emotions.
Lady
April:
Relate to the theme
Question answer exercise. A
Clare(LIT
18th
of the poem;
vocabulary enhancement
poem)
29th
identify poetic
worksheet
devices.understand
the inner meaning of
SSESSMENT 1, INTEGRATED
the poem and
PROJECT(ResponsibleTouris
appreciate it.
m) (22-29)
May 2nd
Read with
WANDERLUST
May
understanding. be
Gap filling with Punctuation
(MCB)
14th
able to participate in
exercise. Listening task.
WANDERLUST
a discussion; use
Assessment 2- CLASS TEST
(W.B.)
conjunctions and
(9-13th May)1 & 2
semi-colon; develop
vocabulary related
Joining sentences exercise.
to travelling and
Diary writing. A vocabulary
synonyms.
enrichment worksheet.
Use conjunctions,
colon and semicolons; internalize
the use of prefixes
and suffixes;
practice speaking;
write articles and
emails.

SCHOOL
STORIES
(MCB)
SCHOOL
STORIES
(W.B.)

THE HAPPY
PRINCE(Reade
r

June 20th
30th

July 1st
July 11th

Practice reading with


comprehension;
writediary entries;
identify adjectives
and antonyms;
revise punctuation.
Develop listening
skill. identify poetic
devices.
Reinforcement of
new vocabulary and
the use of
adjectives..
Comprehend text;
focus on contextual
clues to understand
word - meanings;
learn to write a
message;

Oral discussion.Vocabulary gap


fillingexercise. Edit a letter.
Design a poster. Listening task.
Reading comprehension task.
Gap fillingexercise. Crossword
puzzle.
Assessment
3
INDIVIDUAL

ESSAY
WRITING(27 june- July 1st)

Question answer exercise.


Crossword puzzle. Message
writing. An MCQs worksheet.

The Umbrella
Man (Reader)
IN THE
BAZAARS OF
Hyderabad

July 12th
July
3oth

Fortify reading,
listening and
extrapolative
thinking skills.
Argument word
bank of compound
words Appreciate
the poem and the
rhyme scheme;
verbally
communicate
thoughts in simple,
fluent language

Question answer exercise. Gap


filling foe vocabulary. Perform
a role-play.
Answer questions. Speak in
class. Reading comprehension
worksheet
ASSESSMENT 4, GROUP
ACTIVITY ROLE PLAY
(JUL.25- jul31)

Princess
september(Lit
)

1st Aug12th

Enhance the vocabulary and


use them to complete the
news reportstrengthen

Diary writing. A vocabulary


enrichment worksheet.
pg.44-45.

THE NIGHT
WE WON THE
BUICK
(Reader))

August
15th-26th

REAL LIFE
HEROES

August:
29thSept 13th

REAL LIFE
HEROES
( W.B)

vocabulary related
to feelings, emotions
and fortune; be able
to write a diary
entry.
Be able to read well;
strengthen
vocabulary related
to feelings, emotions
and fortune; be able
to write a diary
entry; speak
confidently in class.
Read fluently with
comprehension;
differentiate
between transitive
and intransitive
verbs; use
adjectives;
understand
onomatopoeic
words.

Answer questions. Gap filling for


vocabulary. Writing a diary
entry; participate in a debate.
An MCQs worksheet.
Assessment 5 Class Test
(16-24)5 & 6

Oral discussion. Vocabulary


exercise. Transforming
sentences. Listening task.
MCQs. Gap filling exercise.
Poster making. Descriptive
writing.
Assessment 6. Individual
activity (1-3 sept)English
Speaking

Practice reading
comprehension,
Learn animal
idioms;
reinforcement of
transitive and
intransitive verbs;
be able to design a
poster.
1
0

Sept:
14thto
20th
FIRST SEMESTER EXAM: SEPTEMBER 22 30; UNITS 1- 9

REVISION

SECOND SEMESTER:
UNIT/THEME
1

TWOS COMPANY
(Reader)

FORCES OF
NATURE (MCB)

OCTOBER 2016-- FEBRUARY 2017

LESSON
DATES
October:
3rd to 7th

October:
13th to
28th

FORCES OF
NATURE (W.B.)

EXPERIMENTS
(Reader)

Nov
8th to 18th

I NEVER FORGET A
FACE(Reader)

November
21ST to
Dec 2nd

LIFES SIMPLE
COMEDIES (MCB)

December
5thto 22nd

LIFES SIMPLE
COMEDIES (W.B.)

LEARNING
OBJECTIVE
Comprehend the prose
piece; enhance
vocabulary related to
the paranormal. Be
able to write
aparagraph.
Introduction to article
writing; boost
vocabulary related to
earthquake, reactions
and feelings,
collocations. Become
familiar with finite and
non- finite verbs.
Develop listening skill.
Reinforcement of finite
and non-finite verbs,
verbs with prepositions
and use of hyphen;
prepare a speech;
write an email.
Read with
comprehension;
develop vocabulary
related to planning a
vacation; be able to
write an email.
Comprehension of the
text; Develop
vocabulary related to
crime and able to use
them in suitable
sentences; paragraphwriting
speak confidently;
write a informal letter;
identify words related
to emotions.
Introduction to modals
Develop listening skill
Strengthening of
reading
comprehension;
understanding
adjectives of feelings
and other parts of
speech; reinforcement
of the concept of modal
verbs; writing
interesting and creative
captions.

ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Question answer exercise.
Writing a paragraph.
Worksheet based on
extrapolative thinking.

Reading aloud. Vocabulary


Gap filling. Writing an
article. Listening task.
Assessment 1
Integrated project
(Planet protectors)
.(
Oct 18-27)
Gap filling. Punctuating
correctly. Writing an
email. Worksheet based
on compound words

Question answer exercise.


Vocabulary Gap filling .
Email writing. Speaking in
class.
Assessment 2.
Individual Activity (815) listening skill.
Question-answer exercise.
Role-play.
Assessment 3 , Class
Test (Nov 21-25)Class
Test (Units 1 & 2)

Read aloud. Grammar Gap


filling. Speaking in class.
Listening task.
Answering questions. Gap
fillings. MCQs Writing
creative captions. a
worksheet on the use of
voice.Assessment 4
Group activity-Role
play(6th -9th Dec)

THE
DAFFODILS(Reader)

Jan 3rd to
6th

MICHAEL (Reader)

January:
9th to 19th

MYSTERY (MCB)

January
28th to
February
7th

MYSTERY (W.B.)

Relate to the theme of


the poem; share
personal experience in
a conversational
language; identify
poetic devices.
Read fluently; Sharpen
understanding and
predictive skills; be
able to speak
persuasively; draw
inferences
Develop factual and
inferential reading
skills; become familiar
with the language of
play; develop listening
skills; revise words
related to detectives;
differentiate between
active and passive
voice.
Practice a variety of
grammar topics;
understand
homophones and
homonyms; punctuate
correctly.

Question answer exercise.


A vocabulary
enhancement worksheet

Oral discussion. An MCQs


worksheet

Reading aloud.
Transforming sentences.
Gap filling. Making a
poster. Writing a
dialogue.Assessment 5
Class test- Units 4 &5
( Jan. 9th -13th)
MCQs. Transforming
sentences. Gap filling.
Writing a newspaper
report.Assessment 6
Individual activity
English Speaking ( Jan.
24-30)

February:
8th to 16th
SECOND SEMESTER EXAM: FEBRUARY 18 28: UNITS 1 - 8

REVISION

Points to be noted:

Students behavior must be polite, respectful and well disciplined during the
class.
Students found to be disruptive during the class are liable to sanction and
penalty.

Students must be punctual in submitting home works /assignments and


coming to class.

Failure to submit assignments on due date without any legitimate reason will
result in the deduction of 1marks for each days delay. After three days of the
due date the assignments will not be accepted at all.

All the students are expected to be well prepared for the class. They need to
carry along with them, their note copies and required text books every day.

All the students are expected to complete their notes of the exercises at the
end of each chapter and submit their copies to the concerned teacher for
correction.

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S.Sc Class VII Syllabus


Session 2016-17

The foundation of every state is the education of its youth- Laertius Diogenes
Unit

Theme/ Dates/Periods

Learning Objectives

1.History
2.

When, where and How


New Kings and Kingdom
st
th
(30 March- 14 April) Pg.
no.5-21 (9)

1.Geography
2.

Environment in its Totality


Interior of the Earth
th
th
(18 April- 27 April)Pg.
no. 94-106 (7)

Students will know:- Importance of periodization


for the study of history, different terms used to
describe the Indian subcontinent, major sources of
history, major political developments in India
between AD 700 and AD 1200.
Students will know:- environment and its
components. Our changing environment. Harmful
effects of human activities on the environment.
What have scientists informed us about the
interior of the earth?
Students will know:- Define democracy. Main
thrusts of democracy. Reasons for popularity of
democracy in the contemporary world. Issue of
inequality addressed in our Constitution.

Assessment Tools

Ist Semester

1.Civics
2.

Why democracy?(10)
Institutional
representation of
th
Democracy (28 Aprilth
9 May)Pg. no. 188-203

3.History
4.

The Sultans of Delhi


The creation of an Empire
st
th
(10 May-27 June)Pg. no.
22-43 (10)
Volcanos and Earthquake
th
th
(28 June- 4 July)Pg. no.
107-114 (5)

3.Geography

3. Civics
4.
5. History

4.Geography

5. Civics
6.

Discussion of questions, (one word) 9


&10. Reading of for the record and
explaining.

Assessment -1, Integrated Project.


nd
th
(22 April-29 April)
(ResponsibleTourism)

Mcqs, Short answers and long


answers, tell us why, why are the
years important, 194-195

How our states are


governed? Pg. no. 204-217
Role of Government
th
th
(5 July -15 July) (4)
Architecture as Power:
Forts and
Sacred places
nd
st
(18 July-21 July) Pg. no.
44-52 (4)

Students will know:- The beginning of Turkish and


Afghan rule. The Mamlukss, Khaljis , Tughlags,
Sayyids and Lodis. Changes introduced by the
Sultans of Delhi in court.
Students will understand:- Dynamic features of
planet earth with regard to its surface features and
its interior structure. Types of volcanoes.
Earthquake and its causes.
Students will understand: Who are the main
functionaries? Role of the Chief Minister. Role of
Council of Ministers. Importance of healthcare
services in India.
Students will know:- Different forms of temple
during the Medieval period. Main features of
monumental architecture during the Sultanate and
Mughal periods. Shah Jahans reign golden period
of Mughal architecture

Mcqs, fill in the blanks, Short answers


and state true and false,29 & 30. Give
one word answers for the following,
Page no.40-41
Mcqs, match the following, Q.no
5.112-113
th
th
Assessment-2, Class Test(9 May-13
May), Geography:- Chapter 1 & 2,
Mcqs, short answer, long answer,
209-210, Mcqs, match the following
215-216.

The Air Around us


(22nd July-26th July)Pg. no.
115-121 (3)
Media in Democracy
Advertising
(27th July-5th Aug.) Pg.no.
218-231, (8)

Students will learn:-Understanding atmosphere


and its composition. Structure of the atmosphere,
importance of atmosphere.
Students will know: - Understanding media. The
different types of media. The different types of
media. Right to Information Act. Why is the media
accountable? Brand building and brand values.

Mcqs, short answer and long answer,


give onw work each of the following,
119-120
Mcqs and short answers, fill in the
blanks, match the following 222-223.
Assessment-4, Group Activity (25 July
- 1 Aug)

Mcqs, what are they famous for,


q.no.6, Identify the term and short
answers, 49-50
Assessment -3, Individual activity.
th
st
(27 June- 1 July)

5. Geography
6.
7.

6.History

Elements of weather and


Climate, Part-I
Elements of weather and
Climate, Part-II
Hydrosphere
th
th
(8 Aug.-24 Aug.)Pg. no.
122-146 (15)
Towns, traders and
Craftsmen
th
st
(29 Aug.-1 Sept.)
Pg. no. 52-58 (4)

Students will know:- Difference between weather


and climate. Elements of weather and climate.
Factors influencing the temperature of air.
Humidity and forms of condensation. Identify the
worlds pressure and wind belts. Causes of
variations in atmospheric pressure on the earths
surface. Different types of rainfall.
Students will know:- Different types of urban
centers popular during the Mediaeval period. The
factors that Facilitated their growth. Case study on
Hampi, Masulipatatnam and Surat.

Mcqs, fill in the blanks, 127-128,


Mcqs, short answers, give reason,
give one word, 135-136.rewrite the
correct ones. 144-145
th
Assessment-5, Class Test (16 Augustth
24 August)
Mcqs, match the following & Fill in
the blanks, 56-57
st
Assessment-6, Individual Work (1
rd
Sept-3 Sept)

(September revision)
Class Description:- 1 Semester (22 September - 30thSeptember 2016) History:- Chapter 1 6, Geography:- Chapter
1 7, Civics:- Chapter 1 6
st

nd

2nd Semester
7. History

Social Change/ Mobile and


settled Communities
rd
th
(3 Oct. -6 Oct.)
Pg. no. 59-65 (4)

Students will know:-Changes in the countrys caste


structure, tribe, nomads ad itinerant groups, the
process of state formation in the context of tribal
group like Gonds and Ahoms.

Mcqs, short answer,


Why are the following years
important and fill in the blanks 63-64

8. Geography

Natural Vegetation and


Wildlife
( 7th Oct.-18th Oct.)
Pg. no.147-154 (5)
Gender PrejudiceSocial Aspect (7)
Gender Prejudiceth
Economic Aspect(19 Oct.th
28 Oct.) Pg. no. 232-242
Popular Beliefs and
Religious Debates
The Flowering of Regional
Cultures
(8th Nov.-25th Nov.)Pg. no.
66-83 (12)
Human Environment
Transport and
Communication
th
th
( 28 Nov.- 9 Dec. )
Pg. no. 155-169 (10)
Market Around us
The Wholesale Market
th
nd
(12 Dec. -22 Dec.)
Pg. no. 243-251 (8)
New Political formations in
th
rd
the 18 Century (3 Janth
10 Jan.)Pg. no. 84-93(6)
Life in the Desert Regions
Life in Tropical and
Subtropical Regions
Life in Temperate
th
st
Grassland. (11 Jan-31
Jan) Pg. no. 170-187, (14)

Students will know:- What is natural vegetation?


Understanding different types of bimoes. Need to
conserve natural. Vegetation and animal life.

Mcqs, Name the following and match


the following. 152-153
Assessment- 1, Integrated Project,
th
th
(18 Oct-27 Oct) (Planet protectors)
Mcqs, Short answer, true false, fill in
the blanks, 236-237
Mcqs, short answer, true and false,
read the paragraph and answer the
following. 240-241
Mcqs, Short answers,
Fill in the blanks, 72-73 and 80-82
Assessment- 2, Individual Activity
th
th
(8 Nov.- 15 Nov.)
Assessment-3, Class Test (21st Nov.th
25 Nov.)
Mcqs, State true or false and
distinguish between, 158-159

7. Civics
8.

8. History
9.

9. Geography
10.

9. Civics
10

10. History

11. Geography
12.
13.

Students will know:- Role of gender in creating


inequality, creating stereotypes, vales and norms
that determine the role of gender, recognition of
women in different spheres of work, solution to
economic inequality.
Students will know:-Popular trends that emerged
during the Medieval period, the Bhakti movement
and its leading exponent, Nathpanthis, Yogis and
Siddhas, The Sufi movement, Teachings of Kabi and
Guru Nanak, literature an art regional level, The
contribution of Bengal under the Palas.
Students will understand:-Understanding, human
settlements, types of rural settlements, functions
of urban settlements, Rural-urban relationship,
Major, means of transport, land, water and air
transport, various means of communication.
Students will know:- Markets, different types of
markets factors that determine access to markets,
wholesale markets, functions of wholesalers, role
of intermediaries, benefits of farmers market
Students will know:-The Later Mughals, Decline of
the Mughal and the emergence of independent an
autonomous kingdoms, case study: The Maraths.
Students will know:-Difference between hot and
cold deserts, the extent, location, climate and
human response, Location of tropical and
subtropical regions and climate of Amazon,
different names of temperate grasslands of the
world, the location of the Prairies

Mcqs, rewrite the incorrect


statements, match the following, pg.
no. 246-247, Assessment-4, Group
th
th
Activity (8 Dec.- 14 Dec.)
Mcqs, explain the following, 90-91.
Assessment- 5, Class test, Civics,
th
th
chapter 8 & 9 (9 Jan- 13 Jan)
MCQ s, long answers, give reasons,
name the following 174-175, name
the following, 179-180, fill in the
blanks, 186-187
Assessment -6, Individual Activity
(24th Jan- 30th Jan)

(February revision)
Class Description:-2nd Semester ( 18th February 28thFebruary 2017) History:- Chapter 7 -10, Geography:Chapter 8-13, Civics:- Chapter 7 -10
Class Expectations and Class Materials:1.
2.
3.
4.

Be seated in the class on time and maintain discipline in the class,


They should be in the class soon after the first bell, which is followed after every break
Bring text book, required note copy and Atlas when required, pencil if necessary,
Do the home work or revision as per the instruction of the teacher.

Absences and Late work:1. Late submission will not be appreciated by the teachers,
2. Late submission if any will, after the due date will cause deduction of 1 mark per day.
3. Students should be present during the assessments, absence if any, should be informed

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1st SEMESTER
Date

No. of
Periods

31st March
and
1st April

CHAPTER

Learning Objectives

Assessment

Introduction

4 April to
21st April

11

1. Integers

Meaning, addition, subtraction, multiplication and


division of integers and their properties

Questions from exercise and chapter end


quiz
Assessment 1(Integrated). Properties of Addition,
Subtraction , Multiplication & Division. (Due date
22/4 to 29/4)

22nd April to
2nd May

2. Fractions
and
Decimals

Meaning, addition, subtraction, multiplication and


division of fractions

Questions from exercise and chapter end,


Some extra questions based on the topic

3rd May to
10th May

5. Lines and
Angles

Meaning and properties of linear pair, vertically


opposite and angles made by the transversals.

11th May to
28th June

10

13.
Exponents
and Powers

Meaning of exponents, Laws of exponents Standard


form

th

29th July to
14th July

15th July to
27th July

28th July to
17th Aug
18th Aug to
2nd Sept

9. Rational
Numbers

11

Assessment 2 (Class Test) 9/5 to 13/5


Meaning, Need of rational numbers, equivalent
rational numbers, Rational numbers in standard
form. Comparing rational numbers, rational numbers
between two rational numbers,

6. Triangles
& its
properties

To know about Medians, Altitudes, exterior angle and


its property, angle sum property of a triangle.
Properties of Equilateral and Isosceles triangle. Right
angled triangle and its property

14

4. Simple
Equations

Meaning, formation and solution of equation.


Equation with one variable

12

3. Data
Handling

Questions from exercise and chapter end,


Some extra questions based on the topic
Board work.
Questions from exercise and chapter end,
Some extra questions based on the topic
Board work.

Meaning of data, collection and tabulation, meaning


and calculation of mean, median and mode.
Representation of data with help of bar graphs

Assessment 3 Chapter 2 & 13


(Individual) (27/6 to 1/8)
Questions from exercise and chapter end,
Some extra questions based on the topic
Board work.

Questions from exercise and chapter


end, Some extra questions based on
the topic
Board work.
Assessment 4 Chapter 6 (25/7 to 1/8)
(Group Activity)

Assessment 5. (Class Test)


( Due date 16/8 to 24/8)

Assessment 6(Individual)( 1/9 to 3/9)


(Multiplications of Fractions
through activity)

Extra sums Revision (6th Sept to 20th Sept)

Project

2nd SEMESTER

Date

3rd Oct to
26th Oct

27th Oct to
17th Nov

18th Nov to
28th Nov

No. of
Periods

13

CHAPTER

Learning Objectives

Assessment

Meaning, congruence among line segments, congruence of


angles, congruence of triangles, criteria for congruence of
triangles.

Questions from exercise and


chapter end quiz
Assessment 1: (Integrated)
(18/10 to 27/10)

Meaning of ratio, equivalent ratios, concept of percentage,


converting: Fraction to %, Decimal to %, % to Fractions or
Decimals. % of Profit/Loss, Simple Interest

Assessment 2: (Individual)
(8/11 to 15/11). Congruence of triangles.
Questions from exercise and
chapter end quiz

Construct a line parallel to a given line. Construction of a


triangle,

Assessment 3:(Class Test)


(21/11 to 25/11)
Questions from exercise and
chapter end quiz

12.
Algebraic
Expression

Formation of expression, terms, factors of a term, meaning


of monomials, binomials, trinomials and polynomials.
Addition and subtraction of expressions.

Assessment 4: (Group Activity) ( 6/12 to


10/12) Algebraic Expression
Questions from exercise and
chapter

11.
Perimeter
and Area

Perimeter and area of a square, rectangle, parallelogram,


triangle and circle.

Assessment 5. ( 9/1 to 13/1) (Class Test)


Questions from exercise and
chapter end quiz

7.
Congruence
of Triangles
8.
Comparing
Quantities

10. Practical
Geometry

29th Nov to
15th Dec

12

16th Dec to
11th Jan

12

12th Jan to
20th Jan

14.
Symmetry

Meaning of line and rotational symmetry.

Assessment 6. Individual (24/1to 30/1) Lab


Manual Activities. Questions from
exercise and chapter end quiz

23rd Jan to
6th Feb

15.
Visualizing
Solid Shapes

To know about different aspects of solid shapes. Oblique


Sketches.

Questions from exercise and


chapter end quiz

NOTE:- Annual Exam, Portion -

Project

Chapters covered in this semester (70marks) + chapters 2, 9 &13 from First Semester (20marks)